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Eulogy for King Duncan

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´╗┐King Duncan?s Eulogy Duncan was a king nobody can replace. He leaves a legacy of love and integrity with his family and those who knew him. King Duncan has left behind wonderful memories of a loving husband, father and king. We are grateful for each and every day we got to see his glowing smile, and for the lessons learned and all the jokes we shared. Donnchad mac Crinain, anglicised as Duncan I was born in about 1013. He lived in Athoil, Perthshire, Scotland. He was the son of Crinan of Dunkeld and Princess Bethoc of Scotland. Duncan and I, Suthen got married in 1030 and he served as King of Scotland in 1034. ...read more.


I guess you can say Mark was ?opinionated?. I still remember one conversation I had with him in front of Lennox, our sons, Macbeth, Banquo Ross and Angus and some of our attendants. We were discussing the traitor, Thane of Cawdor, he gave his general Macbeth that title and he affirmed our eldest Malcolm as his successor. He had lots of dreams for his children and always thought about their future. Duncan was a proud father. He was the type of father who would flaunt his kids to his friends. He dreamt big. He wanted our kids to grow up wise, respectful and successful young men. We brought up two wonderful children. Duncan lived his life the best way he could. ...read more.


Marrying him was the best decision I ever made in my life and I would not change that even if I have the chance to do so. That?s how much I love my husband. That?s how much I will keep on loving him. Duncan, I know we will see each other again. I would feel your warm embrace again and our souls will unite for an eternity together in heaven. In the meantime, please do guide us as we live our life here on earth. Do watch over our kids and do protect them from harm. Duncan, you will always be remembered and you will always live in our hearts as the most gracious king Scotland has ever had. We will miss him more than words can express. We love you. Semper Fi, Be at peace. ...read more.

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